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UNITED STATES SOCCER FEDERATION

RECERTIFICATION EXAMINATION

2010 - 2011 REFEREE GRADES 7 & 8

Paul Tamberino, Director of Referee Development Alfred Kleinaitis, Manager of Referee Development & Education

Instructions: Answer the questions that follow, according to the Laws of the Game, effective July 1, 2010, and to the instructions given in the current edition of the USSF publications, Guide to Procedures for Referees, Assistant Referees and Fourth Officials, Advice to Referees, and Interpretations of the Laws of the Game and Guidelines for Referees. Answer the questions as if you were the referee. In each case, select the best answer.

1 For safety reasons, goals MUST be anchored securely to the ground. A. True B. False Players may wear under shorts if they are of the same color as the main color of the shorts. A. True B. False A field player changes jerseys with the goalkeeper during half-time without informing you. When the new goalkeeper touches the ball with his/her hands during the second half, you realize the change was made. You should award a penalty kick for handling the ball within the penalty area. A. True B. False

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You stopped play for an injury that occurred inside the goal area. When you are ready to resume the game, you may restart with a dropped ball from any spot within the goal area. A. True B. False The ball is in play. An attacking player makes a short pass that hits you, the referee, and rebounds to a defending player. You should: A. allow play to continue B. stop play. Restart the game with a dropped ball. The goalkeeper may participate in a dropped ball restart: A. only in his/her penalty area B. anywhere on the field After a goal is scored and before play restarts, the referee notices that there was an extra player on the field of play when the goal was scored. A. if the extra player is associated with the team that scored the goal, the referee must disallow the goal B. if the player is associated with the team that was scored on, the referee must allow the goal C. a and b are true D. none of the above A substitute who has not completed the substitution procedure by setting foot onto the field of play should be permitted to restart play by taking a throw-in or a corner kick. A. True B. False Assume that the rules of the competition do not regulate the minimum number of players for the game to be considered valid. While play is going on, a player deliberately leaves the field of play, leaving his/her team with fewer than 7 players. The referee is obligated to stop the match and the advantage clause may not be applied. A. True B. False

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A goalkeeper caught and maintained possession of the ball inside his/her goal area but injured himself/herself in the process. You stopped the game to allow a trainer to attend to the goalkeeper. When ready, restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped ball E. Kick-off At a dropped ball, the ball touched the ground and then a player kicked it directly into the opponent's goal. Restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped ball E. Kick-off While the ball was in play, you temporarily stopped the game because of threatening weather After the weather improves and play can be resumed safely, how should you restart the game? A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped ball E. Kick-off The jerseys of the two goalkeepers are the same color and neither has another jersey to change into. As the referee, you should: A. not allow the game to start until a different color jersey is found B. allow play to begin You have awarded a corner kick. Before the kick can be taken, time runs out for the first half. What action should you take? A. extend time for the taking of the corner kick. B. start the second half with a corner kick. C. declare the half over because time has expired. Do not allow the corner kick to be taken. There is contact at mid-field between two opponents. You whistle to stop play for a foul and signal for a free kick. You immediately realize that you have signaled in the wrong direction. The ball has NOT been put back into play. What should you do? A. Nothing. You may NOT change your decision. B. Stop the taking of the kick and signal in the correct direction. C. To be fair to both teams, restart the game with a dropped ball. At the taking of a throw-in, all opponents must be no less than 2 yards away from the point at which the throw-in is taken. A. True B. False At the taking of a corner kick, opponents are required to be 10 yards from: A. the ball B. the corner flag C. the player taking the corner kick D. the corner arc E. the touchline

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At the taking of a penalty kick, the kicker commits an infraction after you signal for the kick to be taken, but before the kick was taken. You allow the kick to be taken and the ball went 5 yards wide of the goal. A. retake the penalty kick B. goal kick C. indirect free kick for the defending team As the referee you only played 40 of 45 minutes in the first half, but didn't realize this until the second half had already started. According to the Advice to Referees, you should A. abandon the game and include the details in your game report B. if both coaches agree, shorten the second half to 40 minutes C. if both coaches agree, add an extra 5 minutes to the second half D. play 45 minutes in the second half and include full details in the match report. E. none of the above One of the referee's duties is to decide who may or may not participate in the taking of a dropped ball. A. True B. False While the ball is in play in the center circle, a player touches the ball with his/her shinguard held in his/her hand. As the referee you should: A. allow play to continue B. stop play and restart with an indirect free kick C. stop play and restart the game with a dropped ball D. stop play and restart the game with a direct free kick E. none of the above From a corner kick, the ball is properly placed and, as a result of the kick, it immediately leaves the field across the goal line. As the referee you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped Ball E. Kick-off From a throw-in, the ball went directly into the opponent's goal without being touched by another player. As the referee you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped Ball E. Kick-off A goalkeeper, while standing in his/her penalty area, attempted to throw the ball to a teammate. The ball rebounded off of you, the referee, and crossed the goal line near the corner flag post. As the referee, you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped Ball E. Kick-off

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A player, just before taking a penalty kick, tried to throw the goalkeeper off balance with a little stutter step. He/she then kicked the ball into the goal. As the referee you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped Ball E. Kick-off Before a penalty kick was taken, the goalkeeper moved to his/her right and then to his/her left, but remained on the goal line. The kick was taken and the goalkeeper deflected the ball over the crossbar. As the referee, you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped Ball E. Kick-off At the taking of a penalty kick, the kicker approached the ball to kick it, but slipped and fell on the wet grass. He/she barely managed to kick the ball forward. Immediately after this, an alert teammate, who had been standing just outside the penalty arc, ran up and kicked the ball across the goal line and into the goal. As the referee, you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Throw-In D. Dropped Ball E. Kick-off At the taking of a penalty kick, a defender entered the penalty area after you gave the signal for the kick, but before the kick was taken. The goalkeeper deflected the kick over the crossbar. As the referee, you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick At the taking of a penalty kick, a teammate of the kicker entered the penalty area after you gave the signal for the kick, but before the kick was taken. The kick was taken and the ball was saved by the goalkeeper. As the referee, you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick When an indirect free kick is taken outside the penalty area, the ball is in play when it is kicked and moves. A. True B. False An attacker illegally encroaches into the penalty area at the taking of a penalty kick and the ball does not go into the net. You decide to restart play with an indirect free kick. The correct location for the restart is: A. on the penalty mark B. where the ball was when the attacker encroached C. where the attacker entered the penalty area D. none of the above

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You restart the game with a dropped ball. After it touches the ground, the attacker kicks the ball directly to a teammate who is in an offside position. A. The player should be penalized for being offside B. The player should NOT be penalized for being offside. An attacking player, in an offside position, intercepts a pass from a defender intended for that defender's goalkeeper. A. The player should be penalized for being offside B. The player should NOT be penalized for being offside. At the moment the ball was played by attacking player #8, attacker #11 was in an offside position. #11 then ran to an onside position where he/she actually received the ball. A. The player should be penalized for being offside B. The player should NOT be penalized for being offside. A player takes a shot while a teammate, in an offside position, is blocking the line of vision of the goalkeeper. A. The teammate should be penalized for being offside B. The teammate should NOT be penalized for being offside An attacking player takes a shot, the ball rebounds off a goal post to a teammate, who was in an offside position when the shot was taken. A. The player should be penalized for being offside B. The player should NOT be penalized for being offside For the purpose of determining if an attacker is in an offside position, the position of the attacker's head or feet matter, but not the position of the attacker's arm. A. True B. False The referee can decide how many players contest a dropped ball. If a penalty kick has to be retaken for any reason, the same player must retake the kick. A. True B. False A goalkeeper, within his/her own penalty area, may handle the ball within the penalty area when it has been thrown in by an opponent. A. True B. False You stop play for a foul against team A. The coach of team A steps on the field of play and continues to protest the call. You should: A. caution and show a yellow card to the coach. Ask him/her to return to the designated coaching area. Do not restart the game until the coach has left the field. B. inform the coach that this behavior is unacceptable. Ask him/her to return to the designated coaching area. Report the coach's action to the proper league authority. Do not restart the game until the coach has returned to his/her designated coaching area. A player persistently infringes the Laws of the Game. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. A player violently strikes a teammate. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game.

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A player tackles an opponent, carelessly. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. In your opinion, a player delays the restart of play. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. While recording a player's information prior to cautioning for a reckless challenge, you decide the player is also dissenting from your decision. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. At the taking of a throw-in, an opponent unfairly distracts or impedes the thrower. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. At the taking of a penalty kick, the ball rebounds from the crossbar. Before any other player (including the goalkeeper) has touched it, the kicker regains possession of the ball and shoots and scores. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. A defender, other than the goalkeeper, while on the goal line, prevents a goal by deliberately handling the ball. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. At the taking of a penalty kick, a teammate of the kicker entered the penalty area after the signal has been given, but before the kick was taken. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game. A player scores a goal. In celebration, the player takes off his/her shirt and waves it around. A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game.

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A goalkeeper, within his/her penalty area, showed dissent towards your decisions. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player, at midfield, attempted to strike an opponent, but missed. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player correctly threw the ball into play. He/she then ran onto the field to prevent an opponent from intercepting the ball and knocked the ball away with his/her hand. No other player had touched the ball before this action. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player with an obvious goal scoring opportunity advances with the ball into the opponent's penalty area. A defensive player throws one of his shoes at the ball. The ball is deflected wide of the goal. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player spits at a teammate. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A goalkeeper, standing in his/her own penalty area, struck an opponent, who was outside the penalty area, by deliberately throwing the ball at him/her. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player tackled an opponent carelessly outside of the Penalty Area.. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player ran between an opponent and the ball so as to slow down the opponent rather than trying to play the ball. The ball was not within playing distance and no contact was made between the player and the opponent. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball

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A player, outside of the Penalty Area, prevented an opponent from moving to the ball by holding his/her shirt. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball A player, after taking a penalty kick, headed the ball out of the goalkeeper's reach after it rebounded from the crossbar. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball The goalkeeper, within his/her penalty area, played the ball with his/her hands after receiving it directly from a teammate's throw-in. A. Direct Free Kick B. Penalty Kick C. Indirect Free Kick D. Dropped Ball While the ball was in play in his/her penalty area, a player deliberately struck an opponent near the halfway line. A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick An opponent prevented the goalkeeper, standing in his/her own penalty area, from throwing the ball into play. As the referee you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick A goalkeeper, standing inside his/her penalty area, violently threw the ball at an opponent who was standing inside the penalty area. As the referee you should restart with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick A defender (NOT the goalkeeper) while in his/her penalty area, purposely used his/her hands to prevent the scoring of a goal. The ball was deflected out of play over the goal line, but did not enter the goal. As the referee you should restart with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick

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While the ball was in play at mid-field, a defender, standing in his/her penalty area, struck an opponent. As the referee you should restart with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick A defender recklessly tripped an attacker outside the defender's penalty area, but inside the penalty arc. As the referee you should restart with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick A corner kick is about to be taken. Before the kick is taken, a defender pushes an attacking player in the penalty area. As the referee you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick A defender tackles the ball away from an opponent near the goal line. He/she then passes the ball forward to his/her goalkeeper who is running back from outside the penalty area. The goalkeeper picks up the ball, which is still outside of the Penalty Area. As the referee you should restart play with a: A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Direct Free Kick E. Indirect Free Kick Any player who impedes the progress of an opponent, but does not make physical contact, is guilty of an indirect free kick foul. A. True B. False You decide that a player is simulating a foul in an effort to fool you into awarding a penalty kick. You should stop the game, caution the attacker for unsporting behavior and restart the game with an indirect free kick to the defending team. A. True B. False

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Any player who is bleeding must leave the field of play for treatment. A. True B. False In case of an injury, the Assistant Referee closest to the injured player provides you with assistance in determining seriousness and provides information to you regarding any related actions such as cause of injury, fouls, misconduct, retaliation, etc. A. True B. False Law 5, Powers and Duties of the Referee, defines "applying advantage" as: A. permitting the referee to let play continue when the team against which a foul has been committed will actually benefit from the referee not calling the foul. B. requiring the referee to keep the game moving by calling only serious or violent fouls.

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Questions 76 through 82 describe situations in which there could be an offside infraction. Assume in each situation that no other player is anywhere close to the action.

a. The player should be penalized for being offside. being offside. 76 b. The player should NOT be penalized for

An attacking player A is injured and lying on the ground inside the field of play. Another attacker B, defended by X, shoots the ball towards the goal.

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Players A and B are standing near the top of the goal area while a free kick is taken by their teammate, player C. Players A and B do not move and the free kick results in a goal.

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The ball was played to the goalkeeper by a teammate and, since he/she could not use his/her hands, attacking player A challenged him/her. The goalkeeper then kicked the ball and player A started to run up field. The ball was cleared to another attacker B who then played the ball to a teammate C who was being defended by X.

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Players A, B, and C are teammates; player X is a defender. Player C attempts to pass the ball to B but it is deflected by defender X to Player A.

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With respect to the interpretation and application of Law 11, the concept of "interfering with play" includes the action when an attacking player in an offside position plays or touches the ball passed or touched by a team-mate. A. True B. False

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There is a foul that is not seen by the referee. Before signaling for the foul, the lead AR should determine whether the referee would have applied advantage and allowed play to continue if the referee had seen it. A. True B. False A player taking a throw-in throws the ball directly toward his/her own goal. The goalkeeper handles the ball briefly in an attempt to prevent the ball from entering the goal. The ball still enters the goal in spite of this. A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Kick-off E. Indirect Free Kick In the circumstances described in the previous question, the ball enters the goal without the goalkeeper making contact with the ball. A. Corner Kick B. Goal Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Kick-off E. Indirect Free Kick

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Team A has presented the referee with an 18-player roster. During warm-ups before a game, two players of team A get into a fist fight. The referee decides to send both players off. The correct procedure is to show both players the red card. A. True B. False

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In the 59th minute of play you award a goal and restart the game with a kick-off. In the 61st minute, play is stopped for a goal kick. While the ball is retrieved for the kick, an assistant referee informs you that the ball had passed over a touchline prior to the goal you awarded in the 59th minute. You must decide that the goal stands and restart play with the goal kick. A. True B. False

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A team is playing short due to players not arriving on time. The referee has delegated the responsibility of checking player's equipment to the assistant referee on the team bench side. After the assistant referee checks the player's equipment, the player can enter the game: A. only at a stoppage in play. B. during play and as long as the referee beckons the player to enter the field. C. only at a substitution opportunity for the team.

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Blue #7 commits a cautionable offense but the referee applies advantage and allows play to continue. A minute later, the ball leaves the field for a throw-in by the red team. Red #25 quickly gathers the ball and, seeing a possible goal scoring opportunity, appears eager to perform the throwin.

a. the referee should allow play to continue and issue the caution when play is next stopped b. the referee does not permit play to restart quickly, issues the caution to # 7, and then allows the restart to occur 91 A championship game is still tied after the overtime periods and has gone into kicks from the penalty mark to determine the winner. While waiting for their turn to kick, two players from the same team are sent off immediately after the first kick is taken. The other team must reduce their number of players to account for the two opposing players that were sent off. A. True B. False 92 The Blue team has just scored a goal, resulting in the score now being tied. With not much time remaining, a Blue forward runs into the goal to retrieve the ball and bring it back for the kick-off restart as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, this results in a tussle with the Red goalkeeper who was also in the process of picking up the ball. The referee decides to caution the Blue player. Given that the Blue player was trying to restart play quickly, the caution must be reported as unsporting behavior rather than delaying the restart of play. . A. True B. False 93 A defender purposely kicks the ball into the air towards his/her goalkeeper. The goalkeeper does not catch the ball but uses both hands to punch the ball away from the goal area. The correct action by the referee should be to stop play and restart with: A. Dropped Ball B. Indirect Free Kick C. Penalty Kick D. Kick-off E. Direct Free Kick

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A player falls to the ground after being held by an opponent. The player rolls around grabbing his/her ankle while screaming at the referee that the opponent should be cautioned. The referee decides that the player is only simulating. He/she should: A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game.

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At a stoppage, you instruct a player who is bleeding from a wound to leave the field. The player leaves, is treated, and re-enters the field while the ball is in play and without the referee's permission or the permission of any assistant referee or the fourth official. You should: A. Caution and show the guilty player a yellow card. B. Send off and show the guilty player a red card. C. First show a yellow card and then send off and show the guilty player a red card. D. For this incident neither a caution nor a send-off is directed by the Laws of the Game.

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In the final game of a tournament the score is tied 0 - 0 after the overtime periods. One team had 2 players sent off during the first half and a third player sent off during the second overtime period. How many players from each team can participate in the kicks from the penalty mark? A. 11 B. 5 C. 8 D. 7

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"Dangerous play" becomes an offense only when an opponent is adversely affected. A. True B. False A player injures himself/herself while taking a shot on goal. As the ball is being retrieved, the player is being treated off the field. Just before the ensuing goal kick can be taken, the player is ready to return to the field. The referee may allow the player to return before the goal kick is taken. A. True B. False

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100 The referee awards a free kick to the blue team near the halfway line. As a player from the Blue team is about to put the ball back in play, the referee makes the decision. that he awarded the free kick to the wrong team. By the time the referee is going to announce the correction, the ball has already been put in play. The referee should: A. allow the game to continue ­ the referee cannot change a decision once the game has been restarted. B. stop the game and correct the restart ­ even though the decision was announced after the restart took place.

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